Many people, including me, take to Facebook to post pictures of our recipe successes. Cheesecake brownies baked for teacher appreciation day, Pinterest-inspired Minion cupcakes for their child's birthday party, or a well-rounded meal of free fish, asparagus, and brown rice — all homemade, organic and gluten-free. These pictures are staged and then doctored with the most appetizing Instagram filter. (FWIW, I'm partial to Lark or Clarendon filters for food). What doesn't make it to the pages of Facebook as often are the pictures from the nights we served our kids microwaved chicken nuggets or (shh!) got them a Happy Meal on the way to practice.